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Dexible hacked, $2 million stolen

19 February 2023


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About $2 million in crypto stolen to Dexible after a part of the system has been hacked. The team reassures users: "We are developing a formal action plan" to compensate the victims. The multichain aggregator of exchanges, had a bad a hacker attack to its latest smart contract: a post-mortem dated February 17 reveals that about 2 million dollars in cryptocurrencies have been stolen. After that the Dexible front end showed a warning in which explained to affected user, to join the Dexible Discord and create a #support-ticket with the block explorer address and wallet history.

SOURCE: CoinTelegraph

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